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2019 Mid-Year Meeting
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Thanks to those that attended our 2019 UPhA Mid-Year Meeting. This year's event was held September 14, 2019 at the Mountain America Expo Center in Sandy. We offered 8 hours of live continuing education, and we are pleased with how well the event went and those that attended had some great education presentations.

CE Credit Instruction for those that attended (the credit will go toward this licensure period, even if the credit is reported after the end of September):


Visit the CEI Learning Manangement System website.


You will need to create a login. 


Once you have logged in, enter the code you received in each class in the box at the bottom of the black section on the left side of the screen. 


The deadline for obtaining your credits is OCTOBER 14, 2019. Please take the time to take the course evaluations at the earliest possible opportunity


instructions (pdf)


Questions? Call:

Shannon Glaittli




CEI Impact contact info


Program Guide pdf

Agenda Presentation Topics Include:
Cardiovascular Outcomes Trials for Diabetes: What Pharmacists Need to Know(Knowledge 2.0 hours/.2 CEUs).         HANDOUT
Presented by Laura Shane-McWhorter, Pharma, Bcps, Bc-Adm, CDE, Fascp, FAADE
UAN 0107-9999-19-297-L01-P/T
  • Describe the historical basis for FDA-required cardiovascular outcomes trials (CVOTs) for diabetes medications
  • Analyze the statistical design of CVOTs
  • Discuss the major CVOTs that are the basis for the American Diabetes Association Standards of Care
  • Apply CVOT outcomes to select medication classes for ASCVD, kidney disease, or heart failure in persons with diabetes
The pharmacy Marketing Imperative (Knowledge 2.0 hours/.2 CEUs)
Presented by Bruce Kneeland, Community Pharmacy Specialist          HANDOUT
UAN 0107-9999-19-298-L04-P/T
  • Discuss a working definition of marketing including mission, vision, unique selling proposition and tagline
  • Discuss formats for and benefits of a 12 Month Marketing Calendar
  • Identify examples of how to access pharmacy system data to more effectively market services to patients, prescribers and family caregivers
  • Discuss SWOT analysis and its role in the pharmacy practice setting
  • Discuss the difference between perception and reality and identify at least one major reality gap in their pharmacy
  • Identify several examples of the benefit of having at least one non-pharmacy related product, program or service that attracts people to the pharmacy and generates word-of-mouth recommendations
LUNCH (Provided by UPhA) - Classroom 200 BC

Immunizations Update 2019 (Knowledge 1.5 hours/.15 CEUs)      HANDOUT
Presented by James Seaboldt, Pharma, School of Community Health Sciences, University of Nevada, Reno
UAN 0107-9999-19-299-L06-P/T
  • List three reasons why CDC recommends immunizations be given on schedule
  • Identify at least three sources for immunization recommendations used in the United States
  • Explain processes employed to establish immunization recommendations
  • Discuss the impact of recent immunization recommendation changes on vaccination programs
  • identify at least three changes made to the CDC immunization recommendations during the past year
Utah Pharmacy Law Update and Compliance Review (Knowledge 1.5 hours/.15 CEUs)
Presented by Jacob Corsi, CPhT, Plural Consulting      HANDOUT
UAN 0107-9999-19-300-L03-P/T
  • Discuss recent changes to pharmacy law in Utah
  • Describe what are commonly seen infractions in a pharmacy inspection done by the Department of Professioaal Licensing Inspectors
  • Identify areas of concern in your pharmacy for a DOPL inspection
  • Identify best ways to improve compliance in a pharmacy practice
Non-Opioids Alternatives for Chronic Pain Management (Knowledge 1.0 hour/.1 CEUs)
Presented by Nicholas Cox, Pharma, University of Utah Health.         HANDOUT
UAN 0107-9999-19-302-L01-P/T
  • Recognize the evidence of non-pharmacologic and non-opioid pharmacologic therapies for chronic pain
  • Recognize the evidence of non-opioid alternatives for chronic pain to respond to common pharmacist-patient and pharmacist-prescriber interactions
  • Identify the elements of an effective patient-specific management plan, incorporating non-opioid alternatives, for a patient with chronic pain
Please mark your calendar to attend. If you are interested in registering now, please click the link below.  

UPhA Member Pharmacist - $205
UPhA Member Technician - $145
NonMember Rates are available. 
Registration prices are for full day registration only.

We hope to see you there!

Click Here to Register Online
Click Here to download Registration Form to fill out and send back
Click Here to download Exhibitor Packet

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